John Terpstra often writes in order to examine the relationship between human habitation and the natural landscape. In Daylighting Chedoke Creek, just out from Wolsak & Wynn, he follows a Hamilton creek through time and space. From its mouth in Lake Ontario, to its source on Hamilton mountain, we have basically buried Chedoke Creek alive in storm drains. He finds that it has much to teach us, both in its vulnerability, and its invincibility. But are we listening?